Continuing Medical Education

UF CME works with UF College of Medicine departments to identify educational opportunities, and to design, implement, and evaluate professional development programs.

Apply for CME Planning an event and want to offer CME Credit? Fill out our CME Application to apply for AMA PRA Category 1 Credit for your program.

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Conference Planning UF CME’s Conference Planning Services allow College of Medicine Departments to focus on the content of their program and leave the logistics to our professional staff.

Services Available

Need to Renew? Access courses to keep you current in medical malpractice, intimate partner violence, and patient safety-related issues that will help meet your licensure renewal needs.

SIP Online Courses

Conference Planning Services


Our certified conference manager and experienced event staff at UF Continuing Medical Education will be delighted to help you with the conference planning process. 

Conference Planning Team

Our Conference Planning Services Clients work directly with UF CME’s Conference Manager for all aspects of the event planning process.

Client Testimonials

View comments from Conference Directors on working with UF CME Conference Planning Services.

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Ready to secure Conference Planning Services for your event or would like more information? Fill out our Conference Planning Quote form to connect with our Conference Manager.

Upcoming cme events

February 9-12, 2023

Multidisciplinary Symposium on Breast Disease

The 28th Annual Multidisciplinary Symposium on Breast Disease provides a multidisciplinary overview of the diagnosis and treatment of all stages of breast cancer.


February 23-24, 2023

Running Medicine Conference

The UF Running Medicine Conference will provide practitioners with the latest training strategies to improve running performance and identify and treat common injuries that are experienced by runners. Learners will become familiar with the biomechanical assessment of gait and how this helps to identify and treat injuries.

Running Medicine

March 13-17, 2023

Spring Anesthesia Ski Summit

Join us during Alachua County Spring Break on March 13-17, 2023 in Park City, UT! The UF Spring Anesthesia Ski Summit is a combined ski and learn meeting for anesthesiologists. The conference will feature morning and evening CME lectures, allowing attendees to enjoy the ski slopes from open to close.

Spring Anesthesia Ski Summit

March 23-25, 2023

UF School of PA Studies Board Review Course

Join us for a 3-day comprehensive review on March 23-25th that will prepare Physician Assistants for the PANRE and PA students for the PANCE exam!

PA Board Review Course

March 25, 2023

UF Health Shands Stroke Conference

The 10th Annual Stroke Conference will focus on science, technology and practical applications in order to equip participants with the tools needed to deliver high quality, evidence-based, patient centered stroke care. 

Stroke 2023

April 20-22, 2023

AI4Health 2023

The University of Florida’s inaugural AI4Health: Improving Health through Artificial Intelligence will explore how AI-enabled discoveries will change clinical practice and improve patients’ health. Join us in April in Orlando, FL!


May 19-21, 2023

SEECMO (Specialist Education in ECMO) 2023

Join us for the annual Specialist Education in ECMO Conference on May 19-21, 2023 hosted by the University of Florida! SEECMO is for all healthcare professionals involved in ECMO.


featured online learning

Prescribing Controlled Substances

View online resources for obtaining your Prescribing Controlled Substances CMEs.


iHeart Educational Modules

Online modules that are part of a heart failure education and quality improvement project developed by UF Health, focused on improving heart failure across a continuum.

Med Ed Cast

UF Health MedEd Cast

The official podcast of UF Health, the UF Health MedEd Cast provides engaging insight on today’s trending health care topics. Earn CME credits while learning about clinical issues and research advances from experts at UF Health Shands Hospital, part of one of the nation’s top academic health centers.